Opening in the 1970’s, The Cellar Bar has grown into a local favorite, with the emphasis being on comfort, value and entertainment. The Cellar's famous food menu offers a diverse range of meals for every taste and budget will ensure you never leave hungry. A firm favorite, The Cellar all day Breakfast is a must try when in Galway City. Entertainment is a real focal point at the Cellar Bar, each night being different. On any given night you can find acoustic covers, up and coming original singer-songwriters, 5 piece rocking cover bands, electro, soul, hiphop and commercial DJ’s, live comedy acts and Trad musicians on Sundays! We are known for our mixing pot of quality entertainment. Check out our Facebook page for all up and coming events..
On top of giving the punter something yummy in their tummy and being entertained ‘The Cellar’ takes great pride in what the customers come for…Drinking. With a vast variety of beers on tap as well as choice wines, prosecco and cocktails of the highest quality and a knowledgeable bunch of bar staff, all taste buds can be catered for. Boasting a stunning two floor venue that transforms from a busy restaurant to a buzzing late bar and only a flight of stairs to a funky underground alternative club the Cellar Bar offers something for everyone. So if you like great FREE entertainment and good tasting affordable food, and you like it in the heart of Galway city, then this is place for you.
Located in the heart of Galway City join us at the Cellar Bar for Excellent Food, Two floors of Quality Entertainment, HD sports Screens and Affordable Prices. Open 7 Days. Food Served Daily From 10am.
All that Galway City and surrounding area's have to offer plus the beauty of Connemara.
Visit website: www.thecellar.ie
Whats on Offer:
- Late Bar
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Coach Tours
- Family Friendly
- Function Room
- High Chairs
- Open Fire
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